We’ve all been there: You’re driving along, maybe on your way to visit a long-distance friend in East Providence or Cranston, or headed to your family vacation in Pawtucket, and all of a sudden…a dashboard light comes on.
Of course, it’s the last thing you want to see, but without your Nissan dashboard warning lights, it might be hard to know right away that something in your car is low or malfunctioning. But, what if you don’t know what those dashboard symbols and meanings are referring to? That’s where our dashboard warning light guides come in.
- Nissan Rogue Dashboard Symbols
- Nissan Maxima Dashboard Symbols
- Nissan Altima Dashboard Symbols
- Nissan Murano Dashboard Symbols
- Nissan Sentra Dashboard Symbols
- Nissan Pathfinder Dashboard Symbols
- Nissan Titan Dashboard Symbols
- Nissan Frontier Dashboard Symbols
The Importance of Dashboard Symbols
Dashboard warning lights are an essential part of not only keeping up with your vehicle’s maintenance, but also to alert you when something is really wrong with your car. It’s your car’s way of not just keeping itself in tip-top shape, but also keeping you and your loved ones as safe as possible.
For example, you may not know that your tire pressure is low; that’s when your tire pressure warning light would come on. Or, maybe you’re unaware that you might need to replace your brake fluid, and the ABS light will pop on to remind you.
About Our Nissan Dashboard Symbol Guides
Our dashboard warning light guides are to help you distinguish what means what when a symbol pops up on your Nissan dashboard. We’ve narrowed these guides down by model, so all you have to do is click on your Nissan model, and you’ll be directed to a new page with all of the dashboard light details.
Each guide will give you a brief description of what the light will look like—including its color, which you’ll learn determines the severity of the problem—and what exactly the malfunction might be.
Don’t See the Light You’re Looking For?
If a warning light comes on inside your Nissan vehicle, but you don’t see it in the guide, contact our service center at Stateline Nissan at any time! We’ll be happy to help you with all of your dashboard light questions, along with fixing whatever those lights are warning you about!